Monthly Archive: May 2006

May 30

Compromise: The Original Sin

  by Don Hank Compromise. It sounds sweet, harmonious and Christian. There are essentially 2 kinds of people: those who believe men are capable of forging their own fate, and those who know that the forger of all fates is not human, but divine. In an interview with the American Prospect, Jimmy Carter, one of …

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May 28

Federal Judge Refuses to Release Homosexual Group from Philadelphia Eleven Lawsuit

In a message dated 5/27/06 11:17:03 PM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:                                                                                             REPENT AMERICA                                                                                                                                                                         1-800-3-REPENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 5/27/06 FEDERAL JUDGE REFUSES TO RELEASE HOMOSEXUAL GROUP FROM PHILADELPHIA ELEVEN LAWSUIT PHILADELPHIA – On May 26, 2006, United States District Court Judge Lawrence F. Stengel issued a 17-page opinion denying Philly Pride Presents’ …

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May 28

Senate Immigration Plan Biggest Power Grab Since the Great Society

    by Jim Kouri, CPP   The top sponsor of the House of Representative’s immigration bill on Friday fiercely rejected a the proposal to give millions of illegal immigrants a “get out of jail free card” and a direct path to US citizenship. Many Washington insiders believe the Senate bill will receive a cold …

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May 19


By Don Laigle   Foreword: When I was growing up, satirists would never have thought of prefacing a satire by saying: this is a satire. But then, the NEA hadn’t been quietly dumbing us down either for generations. Nowadays, thanks in large part to that wonderful group, education is at low ebb, and I think …

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May 17


  Legal Services Corporation Turns its Back on Men by Carey Roberts   Chances are you don’t pay much attention to the Legal Services Corporation, a hold-over from the glory days of the Great Society. This bureaucracy ekes by on $335 million in federal money – chump change by Washington standards.   The LSC was …

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May 15

Jean-François Revel: How Democracies Perish

By Thomas E. Brewton The late Jean-François Revel, writing 25 years ago, pegged exactly  the self-defeating attitude of America’s liberal Republicans and  Democrats: we are at fault when our enemies attack us; foreign  enemies are simply a distraction from bestowing ever more welfare- state entitlements without heed to their future cost. ——————-Jean-François Revel, who died …

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May 09

The Socialist International: Model for the UN

By Thomas E. Brewton The UN is based on the ideas and goals of the three major Socialist  Internationals, and its ineffectiveness is a function of the inherent  flaws of the Internationals.  Current campaign rhetoric of the  Democratic Party, driven by its left-wing extremists, parrots the  doctrines of the Socialist Internationals. ——————-The concept of the …

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May 08

The Young Pay the Price for Dutch Drug Experiment

 by Don Hank  Ever hear a liberal or libertarian say that we need to legalize “soft” drugs like cocaine and marijuana because they did this in Holland and it was wildly successful? You know: kids immediately lost interest in these drugs and stopped taking them?  Here’s what Republican Governor Gary Johnson of New Mexico said …

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May 04

A Liberal’s Definition of Liberalism

By Thomas E. Brewton Professor Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., is a highly regarded liberal  icon.  His views of American liberalism in the 20th century reflect  the domination of our nation’s political and social mores by liberal- socialism between the end of World War II and the Vietnam War. ——————-Professor Schlesinger’s views on American liberalism are backed …

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May 02

John Kenneth Galbraith: Statist Advocate

By Thomas E. Brewton Widely known economist John Kenneth Galbraith, who recently died at  age 97, was one of the radical left’s most articulate and prolific  advocates for state control of economic and social activity. ——————-Living through most of the 20th century, Professor Galbraith was the  embodiment of the era’s atheistic and materialistic religion of  …

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